Carlisle United remain undefeated in League Two this season after beating Wycombe Wanderers 1-0 at Brunton Park.
Manager Keith Curle said he was happy with the team's robust performance, after a second-half goal from Shaun Miller was enough to take the three points.
Around 4,500 fans turned out for the afternoon clash.
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Keswick football club has finally reopened, after it's pitch and club house were gutted by the floods eight months ago.
After receiving more than £50,000 from the Cumberland FA, they've managed to re-open just in time for the new season.
Keswick is just one of 15 clubs in Cumbria that have received funding from the Cumberland FA and Football Foundation.
Greg Hoare went along to Keswick's first game after re-opening:
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Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs has spoken of his love of the Lake District in an interview about life after football.
He told the Sunday Times newspaper that he's been enjoying some downtime after 30 years at Manchester United.
As well as planning trips to visit various clubs abroad, the Welshman also described his love of walking.
He said, "I've done the Lake District, the Yorkshire Three Peaks..I'd like to go abroad and do different stuff."
Carlisle United get the new season underway tomorrow, playing away to League Two title favourites Portsmouth.
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Scotland's first ever amputee football tournament has been held in Dumfries and Galloway today.
Annan Athletic joined forces with limb-loss charity "Finding Your Feet" to welcome amputee teams including Manchester City and Everton.
Annan's own disability team were able to put their skills to the test too, as Lori Carnochan reports:
Annan Athletic have been hosting Scotland's first ever amputee football tournament.
The event was organised by local Annan man Brian Murray, who plays for Scotland's only amputee football team, Partick Thistle.
His own team were put to the test by some of the best amputee footballers in the country, who were there representing Everton and Manchester City.
"Two years ago there was absolutely no amputee football in Scotland. We are in the early stages of the sport here, and it's something i'm desperate to try and grow.
Down south they have a great league and a huge interest in the sport. It's something i'd love to develop north of the border and today is really a dream come true for me."
Brian is also an ambassador for limb-loss charity Finding Your Feet, who sponsored the event.
The charity was set up by Corrinne Hutton who was left a quadruple amputee after losing her hands and feet to septicaemia three years ago.
"It's about letting people know that they have a future. Of course nobody wants to be an amputee but it's about making the most of what you've got. Right now we're welcoming people of all ages, male and female, to come and give it a go."